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Potassium Carbonate EP

Potassium Carbonate EP

198 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • HS Code 28364000
  • Molecular Formula K2CO3
  • Molecular Weight 138.21 g/mol
  • CAS No 584-08-7
  • Purity 99.0 % to 101.0 %
  • Application Pharmaceutical
  • Properties White or almost white granular powder, hygroscopic.
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Potassium Carbonate EP Price And Quantity

  • 198 INR/Kilograms
  • 25 Kilograms
  • 198.00 - 225.00 INR/Kilograms

Potassium Carbonate EP Product Specifications

  • 138.21 g/mol
  • K2CO3
  • 28364000
  • 99.0 % to 101.0 %
  • 584-08-7
  • Pharmaceutical
  • White or almost white granular powder, hygroscopic.
  • Powder
  • White or almost white granular powder, hygroscopic.
  • K2CO3
  • Raw Material
  • EP grade
  • Pharmaceutical industries
  • Five Years after Manufacturing Date

Potassium Carbonate EP Trade Information

  • Cheque
  • 10 Kilograms Per Day
  • 10 Days
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • HDPE Bag/ HDPE Drum/ Jar Packing
  • Asia Australia Central America North America South America Eastern Europe Western Europe Middle East Africa
  • All India
  • FDA, GMP, GLP, ISO, FASSAI, KOSHER, HALAL

Product Description

Potassium carbonate (K2CO3) is a white salt, soluble in water, commonly used in a variety of industrial processes and applications.

Here are some key points about potassium carbonate:


1. Chemical Formula: K2CO3

2. Appearance: It is usually found as a white, granular powder.

3. Solubility: Potassium carbonate is highly soluble in water, which makes it suitable for many applications where a soluble salt is required.

4. Alkali: Potassium carbonate is an alkali. It reacts with acids to form potassium salts and water.

5. Buffering Agent: It can act as a buffering agent, helping to maintain a stable pH in solutions.

6. Environmental Considerations: While potassium carbonate is generally considered safe, its high pH can be harmful to aquatic life if released in large quantities into water bodies.

7. Preparation: Potassium carbonate can be produced by the reaction of potassium hydroxide with carbon dioxide, or by the reaction of potassium chloride with sodium carbonate.

Uses of Potassium Carbonate EP:


1. Manufacturing: It is used in the manufacturing of soap and glass.

2. Food Processing: In food industry, it is used as an additive (E501), particularly in the production of cocoa powder and wine.

3. Chemical Processes: Potassium carbonate is used in various chemical processes, including the production of other potassium compounds, as a pH 
regulator, and as a drying agent in laboratories.

4. Medicine: Historically, it was used in some medical applications, though its usage in this field has diminished due to the availability of more effective and safer alternatives.
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